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Tips for Helping your Student or Child with Dyslexia and Learning Disabilities
In our last blog post, we looked at what is Dyslexia. Now, having many decades dealing with this and getting through school, even college, graduate, and postgraduate school, as well as teaching students with learning disabilities, I picked up a few things that really work. Some of the key symptoms of dyslexia are learning very... Continue Reading →
What is Dyslexia?
According to science and my experiences having dyslexia, reading is hard and complex. Our eyes perceive images that connect to the brain to decipher these images. Then, they are computed and compared to recognized learned patterns of letters and languages positioned into the right order. Then, we have to place the words in an organized... Continue Reading →